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advice. thank you. coming up, on a friday morning, a police chase for more than an hour. this morning through prince george's county, and ended on the beltway. >> overseas, more protests against that anti-muslim film. new details emerge about the mystery behind the movie's producer. >> here at home, a big move by the federal reserve. will it be enough to get the economy going? the latest on what action is being taken. >> plus, it's considered one of the hottest senate races this election season. who will win virginia? tim kaine joins us live to break down the latest ads in the race and claims he makes about his republican rival, george allen. fox5 morning news starts right now. beautiful shot of the sun as it rises.
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this is friday, september 14th. good morning, i'm tony perkins. >> i'm alison seymour. mother nature is showing off this friday. >> i like it. >> tucker barnes joining us now. tucker, will be a pretty one. >> should be a nice one. and already a nice start. temperatures falling back into the comfortable range overnight. a lot of 50s overnight. 60s here in town. here at reagan national we are looking at 64 degrees. you can see it's cooler off to the west and north. remember, with the sun just getting up about 15 minutes ago, these temperatures will stay cool another hour or so. 51 at dulles. 57 at bwi marshall. cold front approaching will bring a late day cloud cover and maybe a sprinkle. otherwise a good looking friday. temperatures jumping into the mid-70s by noon. few clouds around later this afternoon, and high
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temperatures topping out in the low to mid-80s. 82degrees at 5:00 p.m. more details on the weather, including a look at the weekend coming up. let's do traffic and get the latest from julie wright. >> on the roads now what we're seeing is northbound i-95 and the cleanup from the crash which occurred before you reach the prince willi parkway. left side of the roadway was tied up and delays northbound from 234 up to the accident accident. be prepared for bailout traffic on route one as folks head northbound out of stafford and dale city. beltway slow approaching gallows. 30miles per hour between the two 234 interchanges. top stretch of the beltway our big story, as a result of a
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police chase, a crash at route one. it's cleared. 29miles per hour at 95 headed westbound towards university boulevard. that's a check of your fox 5 on- time traffic. julie, thanks. new this morning there was early trouble on the roads as prince george county police chased a vehicle more than an hour. the suspect's vehicle off the side of the beltway near route 1 in college park and that suspect is in custody. it started before 4:00 a.m. when police say the suspect rammed a sheriff's department cruiser on route 50. this morning we are watching developing anti- american protests in the middle east. the scene was much more violent overnight when more than 220 were injured, including both protestors and police. earlier this morning riot police fired tear gas at the
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protestors and the president of egypt just went on tv, urging muslims to protect embassies. the protestors are furious at an amateur movie produced in california that mocks the prophet mohammed. >> as friday prayers are now letting out, more protests are expected. sherri ly is back instudio with the latest this morning. sherri, good morning. >> good morning, allison and tony. security is tight around u.s. embassies overseas as the violence escalates in the middle east. the deadly protests that started this week show no signs of dying down and americans are warned to be on guard. protestors burned american flags and threw molotov cocktails. four were killed, including the u.s. ambassador to libya tuesday when a mob stormed the embassy and president obama condemned the attacks and vowed to go after those responsible
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for the killings. the protests erupted over a movie that ridiculed islam. >> to us, to me personally, this video is disgusting and reprehensible. it appears to have a deeply cynical purpose to denigrate a great religion and provoke rage. but as i said, there is no justification. none at all for responding to this video with violence. >> libyan officls say four people have been arrested and are being questioned in response to the killings at the u.s. embassy there. more protests are scheduled throughout the philippines and middle east today. u.s. officials say tensions are high as security is heightened at u.s. compounds around the
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world. >> sherri ly for us, thank you so much. the story about the man who made the film that sparked so much outrage continues to change. we now know that sam basille is a pseudonym. he is in hiding now. tony? now to today's top stories, new efforts in the search for a suspect following the murder of a 17-year-old girl in prince george's county. honor student amber stanley was shot and killed during a home invasion last month. today police will be talking with community members and passing out flyers in an attempt to reach out to the public for help. a prince george's county high school is paying tribute to one of its students gunned
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down earlier this week. the 11th grader was shot and killed tuesday. students at central high school will wear light blue shirts and gather on the school's football field to release blue balloons this afternoon. last night friend gathered for a vigil in his honor. many are left with questions as to why this happened to someone who always made others laugh. >> i don't know somebody decided just to be evil, or if somebody was mistaking him for somebody else or he had something they wanted and took it. >> it will be the smallest tip that will close it case. i saw a vehicle, a person, a small description. >> police are offering a $25,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest of a gunman. a fund for the family has been set up and donations can be dropped off at the school. turning to the race for the white house, president obama
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will welcome members of t u.s. olympics and para olympics teams to the white house. later tonight he'll attend a private campaign event in the district. mitt romney is in ohio today, following a quick fund raising trip to new york. ohio has been essential to any republican running for president. romney's running mate, paul ryan, will address the values voters summit in d.c. this morning. then he's headed to virginia for two campaign stops. ryan will attend a rally in harrisonburg and travel to roanoke. the federal government should be able to get by money- wise the next six months. the house approved temporary funding legislation last night. this is likely to be the last big action in congress before november's election. the federal reserve is making a big and controversial move to stimulate the u.s. economy. >> it's a move that investors favor, but some economists are
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skeptical. fox's doug luzader has the details from capitol hill this morning. >> reporter: this action goes a lot further than many expected. the markets seem to like what happened. dow shot up over 200 points. juiced after the always somber ben bernanke made his announcement. >> we're about trying to get jobs going. we're trying to create more employment. >> reporter: fed will be printing more money by gobbling up $40 billion a month in bonds. >> to the extent home prices begin to rise, consumers will feel wealthier, will feel more disposed to spend. >> reporter: that cycle, higher home prices leading to more consumer spending, leading to higher company profits, leading to more hiring, should lower unemployment the fed thinks. but there are risks. if home prices rise, first time buyers could be shut out of the
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market. and all that additional cash floating around the economy could create another difficult to solve problem, inflation. >> it seems to me this is a departure from what the fed has been doing. it's an attempt by the fed to do something more aggressive to get the economy moving. >> reporter: with the election less than two months away, it's impossible to ignore the implications to the presidential race. it could help the president if it brings unemployment down. but republican mitt romney says the fed's action proves that white house economic policies have been a failure. >> even with all of that new money sloshing around the economy, the fed thinks high employment will stick around. the unemployment rate, which is now at 8.1%, shouldn't drop below 7.6% the fed thinks through all of next year. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. >> dug, thank you very much. ten minutes after the hour now. it is a friday morning. the redskins are gearing up for week two of the nfl season. up next, the sports junkies are back with us for a preview of
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the matchup with the rams. >> one big question heading into this sunday, will rg3's favorite receiver be on the field? an update on garcon's condition after a limited practice t's a pretty day. we'll get the latest weather and traffic. hail to the redskins. we'll be right back. ♪
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[ speaking foreign language ] >> 714. you're looking at a live picture of pope benedict who arrived in lebanon a short time ago. he is there with a message of peace for the middle east.
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this was a preplanned trip, obviously coming at a time of great turmoil in the middle east. he's supposed to be there for about three days traveling through it's region. lebanon, i was looking at some of the associated press wire copy as we call it, lebanon has nearly 40% of the population catholic. so it's very interesting that's where he's at for a mission of peace. tucker barnes is here with a message of hope regarding our weather. >> yeah, particularly for the weekend. >> easy this weekend. >> all week. today not much. sunny skies. interesting tonight, and tomorrow -- the weekend looks great. sunshine. little cooler than today. 64 now in washington. 64 in new york city. focus, if you would, off to the north and west, up towards
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chicago and detroit, where temperatures are in the 50s. that cooler air is headed in our direction later tonight. going to have a cold front like you see on our satellite radar later today. few more clouds than yesterday. you can see the clouds straddling virginia and west virginia, just to our west. some of the clouds will roll through here the first half of the day. mostly sunny skies. not that perfect brilliant blue we've had around here. later this afternoon the cold front approaches from the north and west. i don't think the shower activity will hold together all that well as it gets close. maybe a sprinkle or a light shower later tonight overnight into the first part of your day tomorrow. early tomorrow. and then i think by tomorrow morning we should be back in the sunshine and cooler temperatures. 83 today. upper 70s saturday and sunday with sunshine. cooler next week. >> i don't really want a repeat of last weekend. >> oh, yeah. >> so i'm happy about this. i want my power all weekend.
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wouldn't that be great? power all weekend. saturday night, too? >> let's go to julie wright to find out what's happening on the road. >> you have to count your blessings, julie. power all weekend long. >> that's right. the little things, right? all right. on the roads this morning you'll find southbound 270 not too busy now. check out the cameras at 109. double nickels out of frederick town. loosens up at falls road to the split. no incidents to report. lanes open southbound on 95 out of laurel to the beltway. northbound a crash north of route 100. it's over to the shoulder. 395, heavy volume across the potomac to the southeast/southwest freeway. that's a check of your fox 5 on- time traffic. there's our toaster. time for this morning's sports breakfast. it's a big test for the
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redskins this sunday. can they pull off another win on the road? the team heads to st. louis to take on the rams. for more on this, we turn to our favorite guys, the sports junkies from 106.7 fm the fan. nice start on the logo, so we make sure we see it. >> we're now officially your favorite. last week we were some of your favorites. now we're back up to favorite status. >> i've stepped it up. and you are my favorites. you really are. i'm a little worried about this game. i know we beat the saints handedly last week. but i think this week will tell us a lot about what this team is, what this version of the redskins is. >> i agree. if they lose a game a lot of people will be screaming, that was a little bit of a fluke when they beat the saints. so i think they have to come out and they've got to be aggressive. st. louis doesn't have much offense fire power. defensively they're making a concerted effort to add parts.
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new coach in jeff fisher. much better secondary than the new orleans saints does. but they can't score the points. see how robert griffin fares in the second week. >> to me, this game is more about the redskins and less about the reds. is this truly a new era or the same old redskins? the same old redskins will struggle, squeak out a win or possibly lose. if you believe this is a new era, start of a new beginning and rg3 is special, then you got to believe we're going to beat the rams. >> you're recreating rex grossman and mcnabb fumbling around. rg3 wearing the burgandy and gold. it's a new era. i don't think he'll have a rating like last week. >> doesn't have to. >> i think he can have a 90 or 95 rating. that's enough. >> you've been sleeping on the
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rams. that's what they've been doing. sleeping all week. impressive win for the redskins, and rg3 incredible, exceeded everybody's expectations in week one. the garcon play, which was a great play because he stood tall in the pocket, took a hit. a lot of yards after the catch. they may not get the breaks this week against the rams. >> they don't need to. they don't need to score 40 points and win. last year we scored 17 with grossman. >> they're going up against jackson. steven jackson is a guy with a lot of talent -- >> you mean the same jackson who eked out 2 and a half yards per carry? >> steven jackson -- >> last year jackson had four games went for over 100. helu in limited time had over 100. >> i'd rather have rg3 than sam bradford. >> absolutely. >> do you believe the rams will
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win? >> do i believe the rams will win? >> yep, do you believe the rams will beat the skins? >> oh, boy. >> come on. you put us on the spot. i have to put you on the spot. >> get on the record. >> i believe the redskins will win. but i believe the rams could win. they're coming back from a heart breaking loss -- and you know what, i have a problem with that. i have a problem with that. >> what? >> i don't like him being on the cover because it's a jinx. >> they could win, probably not going to win. the way i look at this game. >> i love the suit today. >> thank you. thank you very much. we're out of time. we're going to talk about pierre garcon next time. is he going to be out there and for how long, all right? >> sounds good.
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>> see you in a little bit. >> back on the fox 5 morning news -- >> the junkies. >> the organization to be on with us and go right back into what they're doing. >> they're smooth. >> that's amazing. >> they are smooth. well, there is a new safety feature on metro trains this morning. we'll have details next. >> pepco is back on the hot seat for its handling of this summer's derecho. who the company has to answer to today, and it's not alison seymour. >> oh, it might be! >> stay with us. fox5 morning news continues after the break. >> power all weekend, wow. s where in season right now.
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a brand-new monitoring system for metro will detect problems in real time. it was created in response to the crash back in 2009 that killed nine people. this animation shows what happened when a train entered a faulty track circuit, the
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computer system failed to detect it and automatically accelerated the next train causing the collision. metro is working to determine what further steps need to be taken before returning the trains to automatic control. pepco will have some explaining to do today. the maryland public service commission is holding a hearing to discuss why millions went days without power back in june. the hearings began yesterday, mostly with bg&e. the commission is asking the utility companies whether they were prepared with adequate staffing and if it's reasonable for electricity to be restored 24 hours after a major event. coming up, what a dog has done to prove he is man's best friend every day the last six years. >> u.s. senate candidate tim
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kaine takes viewers on a helicopter ride. the former virginia governor joins us live instudio live after the break to talk more about the final stretch of the campaign. >> a live look outside. we're going to get the latest weather and traffic from tucker and julie coming up in a couple of moments. now it's 7:27. ♪
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welcome back. it's 7:29. a german shepherd in argentina is giving new meaning to the term man's best friend. since his owner's death six years ago, he has refused to leave the man's grave site. the family says he found the gravesite even though he had never been taken there. they try to take him home, but he runs away to the cemetery. the cemetery staff take care of him and feed him. >> are we done? >> are you going to cry? >> i can't hear it. i have to tune it out. >> we have these types of stories every now and then. how does the dog find the gravesite? that's amazing. >> if we have two seconds later, 9:30 when we start letting it fly, there's an old folk tale in native american
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culture that takes about loyalty. >> we'll have to take time for that. >> can't wait. >> why it's so special. >> stay tuned. >> tucker, what have you got for us? >> only have to wait two hours. >> it's worth coming back for. >> i won't be emotional when i say it. >> temperatures perfect. 64 now in washington. cooled off again to the west, manassas, good morning, 52 for you. you can see north and west of town temperatures back in the 50s. it is a little cool in spots. 50s in frederick. 50 martinsburg. winchester, 52 degrees. not as much sunshine as yesterday, though temperatures in the low 80s. mostly sunny today, with maybe a sprinkle later tonight. though honestly, i think best chances for that north into pennsylvania. morning look at your satellite radar. few more clouds in the forecast today. last couple of days have been perfect with the bright blue sky. today a few more clouds from time to time and later today,
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really tonight we have to be concerned with this. this is a cold front approaching from the north and west. later today and tonight that will increase the clouds. the possibility is there that we could see a sprinkle or a light shower with this front. the good news is the front will be moving on through. as we get into the morning hours tomorrow, right back into sunshine and high pressure will build back in and deliver a nice weekend. highs tomorrow cooler than today. but a lot of sunshine saturday and sunday. futurecast, front approaching about 8:00. it falls apart. we get cloud cover, but i don't think we'll see a lot in the way of showers. east of us early tomorrow. beaches tomorrow, generally should be fine. little bit of cloudiness. tomorrow afternoon, sunshine and temperatures in the 70s at the beaches as well. for us, 83 today. mostly sunny skies. gorgeous afternoon. wind out of the south here 5 to 10. temperatures just a few degrees above normal. 62 tonight, partly cloudy skies
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and could be a shower or sprinkle. best chances will be north getting into southern pennsylvania. there is your weekend forecast. that's a nice september weekend. 87 tomorrow. 77 on sunday. looks like we get showers back in here late monday and tuesday with our next cold front. that's a look at the weather. let's do traffic. there she is, happy friday to julie. she's got the latest on your roadways. julie? >> i do. unfortunately we have another problem to report. this time around in virginia. this is eastbound 66 headed in towards d.c. approaching sycamore street. reported to be an overturned vehicle tying up the left side of the highway, eastbound along 66. some traffic keying by to the -- squeezing by to the right. very much a slow ride here eastbound on 66. westbound lanes open. no problems to report continuing from falls church towards the capitol beltway. outer loop below speed leaving
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95 towards georgia avenue. inner loop without incident, leaving university boulevard headed for college park. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. in the thick of it. thank you, julie. with less than two months to go before the november election it's crunch time for the candidates on the ballot. in virginia the two men vying for u.s. senate seat are out with new ads in an team to win over voters. joining us is democratic senate candidate tim kaine who is also the former governor of virginia. how are you? >> good. great to be with you. >> good to see you. tell me about your schedule. yesterday, today. >> yesterday started in richmond and it did a seniors round table at leisure world near leesburg and a small business technology in ashburn. today i'm doing a women's round table event in herndon and flying to bristol for a newspaper event, and a music festival. then i'll be back in richmond tonight and get up tomorrow and they'll tell me where i'm going
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tomorrow. >> you've got to be pleased about your hitting the final stretch, though there's a lot of work between now and election day. >> very close race. we have 53 days. and it's been 19 months, full- time campaign. goes by quick and the next 53 will go by faster. >> stops in leesburg, ashburn, herndon, does that indicate the importance of northern virginia in this election in particular? >> absolutely. northern virginia is almost one- third of the virginia electorate. a little bit shy of that. and so it's important to make my case. i'm excited about things that i've done in northern virginia as governor, for example, rail to dulles was on the drawing board. what i started as governor, i said to my teem, we'll have this under construction by the time i leave. it's been on the drawing board too long. to watch the hot lanes on the beltway, to see the construction on college campus, so i like to come up and check the status of things i worked on, and also listen to people
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and talk to them about sequestration that is causing significant concern. >> i want to talk about that in just a moment. let's talk about yesterday with the senior citizens, kind of a town hall meeting. what are the main concerns you're hearing from them and how do you reassure them that you've got some answers, because the economic times are very tough, there are threats to medicare and medicaid. what do you say to them? >> the three questions that they asked me were the same questions i hear everywhere, how do we grow the economy, fix the budget and find common ground, leaders who will work together rather than divide us? but in particular, when you talk to seniors, there are a lot of questions about social security and medicare. i i tell them there's a choice. my opponent voted to privatize social security when he was in the u.s. senate before. i will fight tooth and nail against that. i think that would weaken the program. my opponent believes in the ryan proposal with respect to medicare, that would turn
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medicare over time into a voucher program. i don't think that's the right way. we need to find cost savings, but not shift costs and put them on the shoulders of seniors. i'll find savings with better strategies of controlling the costs of prescription, for example. let's save money, not shift it to the shoulders of seniors. >> there are those who argue the entitlement programs are so expensive and there are so many people as the baby boomers get older, that you realistically you have to cut those programs. >> let me give you an example of, i agree, you have to find savings. but here's an example of a savings you can find without jeopardizing the program. in medicare, we expanded in the early 2000s through this prescription drug program part d. congress made a mistake by putting a prohibition, we can negotiate with the pharmaceutical companies over the prices. that's ridiculous. any business would negotiate and try to get a involve
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discount. it's more ridiculous, because we do negotiate with the same companies over the prices for the same drugs when we buy them for the va system. if we got that discount in medicare, we'd save $25 billion a year. there's an example of a savings, reform, that would not jeopardize the program or the quality of care, but about help us save money in the budget. we need to look for smart savings like that. let's save money. but let's not shift costs onto seniors' shoulders. >> sequestration. you and governor allen, your opponent, had a decent back and forth about that this week. governor allen says you support the sequestration deal. is that true and if it's true or not, what is your plan to deal with these looming budget cuts that will impact virginia dramatically? >> tony, i took the responsible position last summer, the summer of 2011, about a
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potential default on america's credit. the position i took, the deal that congress struck wasn't a great one, but the alternate was defaulting on america's credit for the first time ever in the history of the nation. the position i took was the position that eric cantor took, governor mcdonald, president obama. allen was one of the outliiers. we're facing a trillion dollars of cuts that would hurt our defense and economy and virginia. let's let the bush tax cuts expire over $500,000. that produces $500 billion in revenue we can use instead of cuts. now we're looking at $500 billion for potential cuts in sequestration. make the change to medicare i just described. if we allow for negotiations for prescription drug prices, over the 10 years, that's $250
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billion. now we're down to $250 billion of potential cuts over 10 years. one more move, take away the subsidies for the big five oil companies. they're making plenty of money at the pump. shouldn't be giving them tax subsidies, too. down to $210 billion of potential cuts over the next 10 years. secretary panetta says we can find savings. as governor i had to cut $5 billion out of the budget. i know how to make savings. we don't want the wrong cuts. if you make those three moves, you're dealing with a manageable amount of savings over 10 years. my opponent says make the bush tax cuts permanent. now you've expanded the deficit and we're going to close it 100% through cuts. his all cuts approach, even the "wall street journal" says it hurt the economy, hurt defense and northern virginia. >> i want to get your response to some of governor allen's, one of his major criticisms, i want to show you one of the ads.
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it's something they keep hitting on. take a look. >> hello, i'm tim kaine. >> former governor of virginia and one of my greatest friends. >> the ad goes on, and the issue is what he's saying is you're closely alied with president obama. are you too closely aligned with the president? >> virginias don't mind a public official, governor, senator working in partnership with the president. when i was governor three years i worked with president bush. rail to dulles would not have happened if it were not for president bush and his secretary of transportation. we worked together in the aftermath of the shooting at virginia tech. we worked together on other issues dealing with virginia military installations. i was a partner for the president. my last year as governor, and now i've been a partner of
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president obama to do good things. i'm always got define myself as a partner with the president. my opponent, basically, every time he opens his mouth he trashes the president. that's not going to help us solve the problems that we have in washington. we have to have democrats who know how to work with republicans. we have to have senators who know how to work with house members and members of congress who know how to work with the white house. i've disagreed with the president on a number of campaigns. i can be a supporter and disagree. >> if romney takes virginia, can you still win? >> yes, i can. i'll be more likely to work in partnership with romney than my opponent would be likely to work with president obama. >> former governor tim kaine, now democratic senate candidate, thank you for being here. we'll be right back, stay with
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us. anncr: a good job. it's the key to a a good life.
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[ male announcer ] barack obama: failing to stop cheating. failing american workers. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. if you pick up a copy of
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"usa today" it will look different today. they're marking the 30th anniversary and the web site will have a new look to weekend. the president says it was time to revamp the company and the newspaper is trying reinvent itself. what do we think? >> you know, i always have to get used to that kind of thing. now i don't like it. but i'll get used to it. i'm not strongly against it. i'm just not used to it. >> i'm strongly against it. >> fair enough. >> all i care about is the weather page. if it looks the same i'm fine. >> they have a good weather page. >> let's do the temperatures. first a live shot. little mist, little fog with the cool temperatures. another nice day. mostly sunny skies expected, with temperatures back in the low 80s. we'll keep the sunny streak going as long as we can.
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reagan national 64. frederick 50. leonardtown 57. charles county fair this weekend as well. nice weather expected for the weekend. high pressure, been responsible for the fantastic week of weather we've had. that will give way to a cold front tonight. could be cold front kick up a shower, yeah. i don't think it's likely. maybe a sprinkle or shower later tonight. will quickly exit stage right into the ocean early tomorrow morning, and another area of high pressure building in for the weekend. cooler saturday and sunday. but generally sunny. there's your seven-day forecast, 83 today. weekend forecast upper 70s. could be a few showers monday. better chance on tuesday. >> i fight the urge every time you say sunny, not to >> sunny ♪ >> i used to do it all the time. >> here's julie wright with an update on traffic. hey, julie. >> i think of katrina and the waves, ♪ i'm walking on sunshine ♪ >> it's the age difference. >> no, i wasn't rocking out to
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that song, i just know it. it was out in 1962, wasn't it? >> i don't know. >> julie take it away. >> always trying to cause trouble, that one. >> yes, he is. >> pot stirrer, you. >> don't put me in the old category. >> not you. >> sunny ♪ >> can't we get along? inner loop of the beltway, down to about 19 minutes for this commute. inbound along new york avenue lanes are open approaching bladensburg road, stalled car cleared. slowing from the beltway to bladensburg, about 21 minute commute. eastbound 66, where we had the crashes, overturned vehicle. temporarily blocked all lanes eastbound 66 inside of the beltway between sycamore and fairfax drive. some traffic getting by. moving everybody to the right
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shoulder to head inbound along 66 this morning, trying to make your way between sycamore and fairfax. big delays from the beltway. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. thank you. imagine waving your hand at your phone and the phone understands what you're trying to tell it. coming up, a preview of what's new in the tech world. ♪ i just came to say hello ♪ >> time for our facebook fan of the day. we say hello to ivy carter. she says she is an army veteran living in d.c. for seven years and has been a fan for just as long. thank you so much. i hope you have a great weekend. for your chance to be monday's fan of the day, log onto our facebook page and leave a comment under ivy's picture. we'll be right back. 7:49. 
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of us had ever heard of smartphones or twitter. what's the next big thing? joining us is fox business networks liz clayman, doing her annual three days in the valley probe. liz, it is good to see you once again. let me just say, this is a great series you have going on, because man, news in the tech world changes seems every couple of months, and there's new stuff coming. tell us what you're working on. >> reporter: i know. we're live at the intel developers forum in san francisco to kick off three days in the valley. you are so right, tony, every time something is created, somebody comes up with something even better or bigger. that's what i love about silicon valley. it's all about innovation. the rest of the country is wringing its hands over ben bernanke and the fed and economy, everyone here is trying figure out better ideas and to create products and gadgets around things that you didn't even know you needed,
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which is kind of fascinating to me. here intel makes the semi conductors, the microchips that go inside things like the mac book and hewlett-packard books. the question is what is the way of the future? the word innovation is all over here. what is that next big thing? you said what is it? they're talking a lot about things like gestures and facial recognition, so you look at your phone andsy something, and it will understand it from your gestures and you can log on with facial recognition. we're getting so lazy, you don't even read a map anymore. we have the ceos of intel and of all the companies, pandora, the futurist, i want to know how you get a resume to be called a futurist. he comes up with ideas of what
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people will need and want next. >> you really have great access to a lot of these minds and the ceos. why is it they're willing to sit down with you and kind of open up about what the future holds and what they're working on? >> reporter: well, probably because i'm not a johnny come lately. we have studied this so closely at fox business and we started this five years ago. now, six years ago when i was at a bigger, you know, sort of more known business network, nbc, i pitched twitter, they wanted nothing to do with it. they said it's not publicly traded. at 1. ibm wasn't publicly traded. hewlett-packard was started in a garage, and so were all the companies we live and die by now. i go early. i said, let's go out there in 2007 and look at the rocket
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ship at tesla. everyone was criticizing their electric roadster. they're shipping 20,000 of these. they have a less expensive version. we were on the pandora story when they couldn't get attention from the big media outlets. now they have 27% market share of the radio world. we're looking at smaller companies. we're focusing on one that takes a body scan of you in five seconds and you can shop online and never have to return anything because you know your exact measurements. i don't know if we really want to know that. these are the things that we look at, where are the innovative ideas, not just the big boys. >> we thank you for your time and look forward to seeing all your reports. thank you, liz. >> reporter: you bet, tony. ahead at 8:00 --
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county high school students killed in separate attacks. >> plus, royal anger. first it was prince harry's full frontal. now french tabloids have printed topless pictures of kate middleton. >> those stories coming up. we want to get the latest on this beautiful weather. >> another nice start. plenty of sunshine. overnight lows in the low 50s much of the area. cool, perfect. nice afternoon. mostly sunny. few more clouds than yesterday. >> something dramatic coming up? >> i think we've lost everything that might have been on here. we'll move on to our next map. a few clouds. should be mostly sunny and to the north and west a cold front getting in here later tonight.
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66 now in washington. 55 out at dulles, bwi marshall 59 degrees. cool to start the day. the afternoon jumping back into the low 80s, like yesterday. low 80s for daytime highs with lots of sunshine. later tonight, the cold front approaching could kick off a sprinkle or shower. though i think most of the day will be dry. another nice day, with relatively low humidity. >> thank you. >> let's get the latest on traffic. >> we have another crash to report. it's been moved to the shoulder. eastbound 66, traveling between sycamore and fairfax. involved an overturned vehicle and you'll find all the activity confined to the shoulder. lanes are open again. eastbound 66 from inside the beltway slows leaving 495 in
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the direction of fairfax. westbound lanes open, no problems there. definitely will affect your inbound commute headed to the tr bridge. lanes open on the top stretch of the beltway leaving college park. no problems getting past university boulevard to georgia avenue. delays inbound 50 leaving 202. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. thanks. traffic is back to normal on the beltway after an early morning police pursuit led to big delays. this was the scene in college park this morning, after police brought the chase to an end. the driver is in custody. investigators say the chase started around 4:00 a.m. after the suspect rammed sheriff's department cruiser on route 50. more anti-american protests developing across the middle east. this is a live look at cairo this morning. friday prayers are ending in the muslim world and more protests expected today.
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>> the u.s. is on high alert because of these angry demonstrations. >> four people died in a protest outside the u.s. embassy in yemen when police fired tear gas yesterday. libya is questioning four men in the attack that killed american ambassador chris stevens. sherri ly is in studio now with the latest. good morning. >> good morning, allison. we have seen more protests erupting now today, as anger continues to boil over from this movie that denigrates the prophet mohammed. police clashed in yemen today and riot police fired tear gas at protestors in egypt. this protest shows no signs of dying down yet. protestors set fires and burned american flags in revolts spreading across the middle east. libyan officials now say four militants have been arrested. they are being questioned in that deadly attack on the u.s. embassy in benghazi.
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two former navy seals have been identified among the dead, glen doherty and tyrone woods provided security at the embassy. tensions remain high for a fourth straight day, as hundreds are expected to take to the streets today. the u.s. has condemned the violence and embassies around the world are on high alert. >> we are closely watching what is happening in yemen and elsewhere. and we certainly hope and expect that there will be steps taken to avoid violence and prevent the escalation of protests into violence. >> the region is bracing for more protests following friday prayers today. in egypt more than 200 people have been injured in clashes so far with police. four protestors died in yemen yesterday when they stormed bas
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more demonstrations broke out in indonesia today, though it remained largely peaceful. the u.s. has stepped up security at embassies overseas and are warning americans to be on guard for more violence. allison? >> sherri, thank you. amid the violence and protest, pope benedict xvi is bringing a message of peace to the region. the holy father arrived in lebanon about 90 minutes ago on a preplanned visit. lebanon has the largest percentage of christians in the middle east. the pope has already spoken out about the civil war in syria, calling the import of weapons to syria a grave sin. overseas markets follow wall street's lead overnight. yesterday u.s. stocks soared on news that the federal reserve would do more to boost the sluggish economy. the updated stimulus plan will push interest rates even lower for even longer. president barack obama is back at the white house after a
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two-day trip out west. foreign policy continues to dominate his schedule and speeches in the death of the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. tonight he'll attend a private fundraiser. mitt romney is refocusing his campaign now on the economy. he heads to ohio today. one day after mitt romney and first lady michelle obama stumped through the old dominion, it's paul ryan's turn. it is the second appearance in the commonwealth in the month since being named as romney's running mate, which also happened in virginia. the federal government should be able to get by money- wise the next six months. last night they approved temporary funding legislation. it will go to the senate next week, which should clear it on to the president's desk. this is likely to be the last big action in congress before the election.
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new this morning, police in prince george's county launch a new public effort to find a killer. today investigators will pass out flyers at shopping centers and talk with community members about the murder of 17-year-old honor student amber stanley. she was shot and killed during a home invasion last month. police have no suspect nor motive in the high school student's murder. also today, students and faculty at central high school will host a memorial for marquel ross, a teenager shot and killed tuesday while walking to school. students will wear blue shirts to honor the 11th grader and release blue balloons on the school's football field. the school is also accepting donations for a memorial fund set up in his name. last night family and friends held a public vigil, remembering him as a young man who could put a smile on anyone's face. police are offering a $25,000
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reward for information leading to his killer's arrest. battle in 1862 was the bloodiest day of combat on u.s. soil. this year, lectures will be held to commemorate the anniversary date. starting today, the national park service is kicking off four days of events marking the 150th anniversary of the civil war battle of antietam. you'll recall the confederate retreat gave president lincoln the political strength to issue the emancipation five days after that battle. lots of ways to get your hands on apple gadgets. >> this not so brilliant burglar picks a bad one. we'll show you what happened after the dramatic entrance and we'll tell you how he got caught. >> all right. plus a closer look at the anti- american protest raging in the
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middle east with fox news sunday host chris wallace. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] this is america's manufacturing when president obama took office. this is china's. under obama, we've lost over half a million manufacturing jobs and for the first time, china's beating us. seven times obama could've stopped china's cheating. seven times he refused. it's time to stand up to the cheaters, and make sure we protect jobs for the american people. [ male announcer ] barack obama: failing to stop cheating. failing american workers. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message.
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today a judge will sentence a virginia man who pled guilty in june he had a plan to detonate a bomb at the capitol. faithful apple fans can preorder the iphone 5. online sales started at 3:00 this morning. it hits shelves september 21st. finally, a final farewell to neil armstrong. today the remains of the first man on the moon will be buried at sea, as he wished. armstrong died last month at the age of 82. let's switch gears and go over to weather and something special. >> also the weekend. tucker? >> time for our my first 5
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photo of the day. and today, cute as can be, we say hello to mr. grady. >> hi, grady. >> grady's mom tells us he wants to be, a, a fireman, i can see that, and a weather man when he grows up. >> all right. >> he can do both. >> yes, he can. >> volunteer firefighter, right? >> why not? >> and a weather man monday through friday. >> looks like he's doing a little weather report right there. >> that's right. >> he's cute. >> with the microphone. never can get started too early, grady. >> for many kids one of the first things they want to be is a firefighter. i love that. >> i love firefighters, too. >> for different reasons, allison. [ laughter ] >> grady often wakes up each morning to let his parents know what the weather will be like each day. >> now i can see that
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microphone. is it yellow, too? >> yes. >> he looks great. >> he's doing both at the same time right now. >> thank you, grady. to send in your child's picture go to and click on mornings. >> great name. great weather guy name. >> weather with grady meadows. >> grady meadows got your forecast. let's see if i can handle the duties here for now. 66 now in washington. 61 in cincinnati. focus to the north and west, we have 40s and 50s and tony, international falls 28 degrees. >> oh, no! >> yes. >> here it comes. >> here comes the first of the cold. 39 fargo. there's a cold front, you can see it, blue line on the map. that will usher in cooler air to the washington area this weekend. clouds on the increase later today. maybe a sprinkle later tonight. not in the 20s around here, but our high temperatures tomorrow will only be in the 70s after
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enjoying 80s the last couple of days. there's your satellite radar. you can see the shower activity and the cold front up towards detroit. i don't think we'll see much in the way of showers around here. maybe a light sprinkle late tonight and early morning. clearing out and a lot of sunshine for the weekend. outdoor activities, no problem at all this weekend. saturday night and sunday looks great. upper 70s. there's your seven-day forecast, 83 today. upper 70s this weekend. and then maybe showers back by monday and tuesday with our next front. that's weather. let's get a last look at traffic with julie. hope you have a great weekend. guess where i'm going tonight? >> i know, going to see the boss. >> going with tony. >> before we let you go, i want to say happy anniversary to my mommy and daddy, the first 55 years. here's to another 55 years. love you guys. thank you for sharing that with
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me. on the roads now, beltway slowing from 295 headed to route 1. delays on northbound 5 approaching the exit for the outer loop of the beltway. crash on that ramp, stay to the left to get by. southbound 270, below speed traveling out of germantown headed for the split. 22minutes headed out toward montrose. reported accident activity georgia avenue near norbeck. that's a check of your fox 5 on- time traffic. we usually talk to chris wallace this time of the day, preview of fox news sunday. we're having technical issues with that. it's all about libya and what the united states' response will be. his guest is mike rogers, chairman of the intelligence economy. miss you, chris. coming up later, changing the way you look at sauerkraut. sarah simmons -- >> i love sauerkraut. >> do you really? >> yeah. >> i'm not a fan.
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maybe this will change my mind. your turn. >> not really, but i will read it. dramatic break-in at an apple store. but the would be robber didn't think his exit strategy all the way through. thanks for sharing, tony. >> my pleasure. anncr: a good job. it's the key to a g good life.
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but it isn't always easy to find one... a vote for question seven is a vote for maryland jobs. two thousand construction jobs to build a new resort casino. four thousand permanent jobs, paying... on average fifty five thousand a year. six thousand jobs from increased tourism... and table games like blackjack and poker. add it up: it's twelve thousand new maryland jobs. but to build it you have to vote for it. vote for question seven. and get maryland back to work.
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♪ i fought the law ♪ some wild surveillance video out of california this morning. >> apple store was targeted by thieves and the whole thing was caught on camera. take a look. you can see a car crashing through the store front. then masked men jump out and begin grabbing apple devices. the security gate drops down, trapping the suv. but the driver repeatedly rammed it and the suspects escaped. police have arrested the owner of the vehicle. they're now looking for additional suspects. former nba great shaquille o'neal is in d.c. today. good morning if you are watching. he is on capitol hill to talk about binge drinking. wisdom martin will speak with him one-on-one at the morning's event. you can see that interview tonight on fox 5 news. >> very good. finally, if it felt like you saw more and more moving vans in the district this
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summer, there's a reason. a new study by united van lines shows more people moved in and moved out of the nation's capital this summer. chicago in second, followed by atlanta, phoenix and dallas. >> interesting. >> yeah. still ahead in our next half hour, the redskins' next big task and the nats' quest for a pennant. >> we'll check in with the sports junkies at what to expect. >> first, saddened and angry, more on the royal reaction after topless photos of the duchess of cambridge hit the tabloids. it's 8:22. 66degrees. you're watching fox 5 morning news. [ male announcer ] thisis is america's manufacturg
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when president obama took office. this is china's. under obama, we've lost over half a million manufacturing jobs and for the first time, china's beating us. seven times obama could've stopped china's cheating. seven times he refused. it's time to stand up to the cheaters, and make sure we protect jobs for the american people. [ male announcer ] barack obama: failing to stop cheating. failing american workers. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message.
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metro line except the yellow line this weekend. plan for an extra 20 minutes of travel time. in the meantime, a big development when it comes to safety on the rails. the agency announced a new monitoring system to prevent another deadly collision. it was part of the recommendations from the ntsb. still no deal on the teachers strike in chicago. both sides plan to continue talks later this morning. some union members hope students can be back to school monday. >> topless photos of the duchess of cambridge. prince william and his wife are visiting malaysia this morning, but pictures of kate sun bathing in france are being printed today. buckingham palace are considering legal action. the question is, do they have
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privacy anymore? it's an interesting question. >> i mean -- >> in the camera lens -- >> i'm sure they would like to have privacy. >> of course. and they deserve privacy. >> sure. and if i were a royal, i would assume somebody somewhere will try to get these shots. i wouldn't do it. but, you know, the guy shooting the pictures -- >> you can imagine how long the lens is -- >> miles away. >> it's definitely little, just want to -- >> swarmy? >> little. >> and it's unfortunate. >> it is unfortunate. let's see, what have you got for us, sir? >> lots of sunshine, yeah. weather is not -- >> weather is very fortunate. >> good day for sun bathing? >> with the proper sun block. >> and proper clothing. always perfect for that. yes, nice. low 80s later today. next week temperatures in the
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70s. get out and enjoy the 80s while you can. 66 now in washington. 57 this morning in gaithersburg. 61 in leonardtown. 61 in salisbury as well. as we get into the afternoon hours we'll see temperatures jump quickly back into the 80s. few more clouds in the forecast today. mostly sunny. here's your next frontal system. it's a cold front. i know it looks impressive at the moment. when it gets through here tonight, generally cloud cover and push of cooler, drier air behind it. could be a sprinkle with it and maybe after midnight, before dawn tomorrow. but i don't think it's just going to -- most of the energy will stay to our north. won't amount to a lot for us in the mid-atlantic. there's your area of high pressure. thanks to the high pressure for the wonderful week. next area of high pressure, that delivers sunshine for the weekend along with slightly cooler temperatures. here is your accu weather seven-
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day forecast. 83 this afternoon. could be a sprinkle or shower late tonight. saturday and sunday look fantastic. highs in the upper 70s. cooler than yesterday. next chance for showers monday and tuesday with our next cold front. look at that, another cooldown next week. trending below average by middle of next week. that's weather. tony, allison, back to you at the desk. tucker, thank you very much. it is a good time to be a washington sports fan. the nats extended their lead in the nl east. they head to atlanta to take on their closest rival. plus, nfc player of the week robert griffin iii leads the skins against the rams sunday in st. louis. we check in now with the sports junkies from 106.7 fm the fan. did i say that right? >> yes, you did. >> you got it. >> expect? expect domination! >> domination is a strong word. i think at least this side of
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the table is expecting a win in st. louis. you're not trotting out rex grossman or beck or mcnabb. you have the newest weapon in the nfl in rg3 after a 139.9 quarterback rating in his debut. unleash it again on the rams. >> i expect them to win, too. >> looking at garcon's play now. >> 76 yards. >> they may not be going into the game with all their weapons. rams lost against the lions last week. >> they find ways to lose. they're losers. >> we have more depth this year, right? garcon can't go, you have a guy who can step in. josh morgan on the other side is a new receiver we've added. hankerson did little last week. maybe this is the week where he finally shines. >> you don't expect them to
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have offensive numbers like last week, do you? >> no, i don't expect 40 points, but i expect the mid- 20s and i think that's plenty enough to beat the rams. >> i think it is, i think the rams are not a very good team right now. their offensive line is beat up. switching people around and all that kind of thing. but, you know, i guess i think you said it earlier, i still have some of these old feelings from before where i know we'll get all excited and be let down. i know it's a different team and we have rg3. i'm a little bit nervous because the rams might, you know, the rams might pull it together after the disappointing loss last week. let me ask you this -- >> the rams are a doormat. >> right. >> what do you do with a doormat? you step on them! that's what the redskins are going to do this weekend. i'm not fully confident. >> whatever happens, we're going to show the tape monday.
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>> they're lumps. >> the nats real quick. they're playing fantastic ball. and now they get the chance to really beat up on the braves hopefully. how important is this series? >> more important for the braves than the nats. the division is over. now you're worry about getting the number one seed, having the best record overall. if they do that, they play the wildcard in the divisional series. huge for atlanta, because they've lost three straight. didn't play well in san diego. got beat in milwaukee. they have to hold off teams like t dodgers and pittsburgh for that wildcard spot. it's more important for the braves. >> we talked to davey johnson, and here's a little plug, davy will be on with us every wednesday. he was talking this offense, and adam laroche for mvp. guys like ryan zimmerman, in the past this was a team that relied on their pitching. now they have so many guys stepping up offensively that
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you have to feel confident. >> i'm confident. i don't know what to tell you tony. it's a dream season. i agree with jason, you want the momentum to continue. don't want to lose a few games to the braves. division race is over. just want to continue to win. you want to go in there with moment um. the bats have awoken. we've seen that offense on fire last 10 games or so. >> how about the orioles. still tied with the yankees, right? >> right. >> they're playing great ball now. how will it go for them the rest of the season? >> they're in a tougher spot. they just lost to the rays. the rays were a team people were talking about making the playoffs. it's impressive. 13th strait extra inning victory last night. they got the orioles magic back. >> the orioles have a huge series this weekend at oakland. oakland is hot. oakland is in the wildcard lead. critical series for both teams.
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jp is right. good spot. yankees will get a couple of pitchers back here. at some point, look, i'm a red sox fan, this orioles magic has to die. can keep winning these close games. >> it's september 14th. >> you know what, you're right, it's mid-september, they're there. they deserve it. >> good for them. red sox fan, huh? are you sitting up straight? >> not at all. >> he never does. >> i'm comfortable in here. like my basement. >> he's got the gangster lean going on. >> er, not an a. >> with the e-r, not the a. i love that. that's old school. see you monday and how all this plays out. sports junkies, always a good time. there you go. one other quick note from the major leagues. that's the face you make when your coach kicks you out of the
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game because your wife went into labor. wow. his wife was in the stands at fenway when her water broke. little too much information. it's the couple's second child. how about that? >> wonderful. >> i don't know how you even play, your wife is up there. she's due any moment. >> but it's a second child. so they know, probably have time to get to the hospital. >> it's how it goes. >> really is. i didn't even call mark when i had my second baby. he found out about it later. >> what did he have to do with it? that's just a joke. it's a friday morning. still ahead, a visit from the love doctor. she'll join us live and she is not just here to talk about what the women need to do. why men should listen up, too. >> first, a boost for the boss. we'll tell you what happened next. ♪ i'm waiting on a sunny day ♪
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from the president. >> sales of the song "we take care of our own" soared 409% after played at the end of president obama's convention speech, that according to the billboard music charts. that's huge. meanwhile, local fans will get their chance to hear bruce and his e street band again tonight when they take over nats park. he is currently on tour promoting the album "wrecking ball." tickets are still available. going to be a big slow. this is the same tour -- i'm sorry, you read. >> we have time to talk after. >> that's okay, go ahead. >> let's do it now. >> this is the same tour he was here with i think in april at the verizon center. this is an interesting tour because of the loss of clarence clemens. i didn't know how is it going to go. one of the best shows i've seen. emotional. >> what did he do? >> i'm not going to tell you in case they do it again tonight. jake clemens, who is clarence's nephew is now playing saxophone
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with the band. he's fantastic. really good. >> big loss. >> absolutely. >> big character, literally and figuratively. the 2012 olympic and para olympics team will visit the white house today. president obama will honor their participation and success. tonight the president will headline a campaign fundraiser at a private home in d.c. tony? allison, google's programmers must be bored. they debuted the newest search function, the bacon number. it's a play off the trivia game 6 degrees of kevin bacon. a little late to this, i think. >> seems like it. >> type in an actor's name, and bacon number, and the web site tells you how the two are connected. >> okay. usually cutting edge. now not so much. coming up next, a woman who is cutting edge. she is helping women break the pattern of bad relationship
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with a little advice for men, too. takes two. she joins us live with some advice on the path to true love. >> that's big. >> it is. >> how about spending the morning with pickled cabbage and spiked mendleson? it's what sarah is doing. good morning. >> reporter: such a great combination, isn't it? i like spending the morning with sauerkraut, because that's what we're talking about. you either love it or hate it. i happen to love it. we're going to talk about kraut rocks and spike will tell us how he is taking kraut and making it center stage when we come back. you're watching fox 5 morning news. stay with us. anncr: a good job. it's the key toto a good life.
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but it isn't alwlways easy to fd one... a vote for question seven is a vote for maryland jobs. two thousand construction jobs to build a new resort casino. four thousand permanent jobs, paying... on average fifty five thousand a year. six thousand jobs from increased tourism... and table games like blackjack and poker. add it up: it's twelve thousand new maryland jobs. but to build it you have to vote for it. vote for question seven. and get maryland back to work. time for our toss book fan of the day. hello to ivy carter. she's an army veteran living in d.c. seven years and has been a fan of the show as long. we thank you for your service and we thank you for watching. for your chance to be monday's
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fan of the day, log onto our facebook page and leave a comment under ivy's wonderful picture. allison? it is cute. are you looking for love in the wrong places? do you even know that you are. women get trapped in repeating the same relationship mistakes over and over, but this is good news, and you can break the patterns and find the love and fulfillment that you deserve. this time around, she also -- she's always had tips for the men, too. we'll get into that later. she is back with us this morning. good to see you. >> good to be back. >> i said that, because we were talking offcamera, some people don't know they're looking in wrong places be like at six years old we made a list of what we want in our husband or boyfriend or what have you. that list changes, doesn't it? >> we're out here shopping for men like they are an appliance
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on a shelf at best buy. >> right. >> one of the things we do as women is say, question, get rid of the features and look at qualities. >> absolutely. >> hold the list up against yourself to see are you there yet, since you want to attract that. >> i love it. last year love academy was sold out. this year there are a couple of spaces left. people out there who are interested, i want to know what makes your all-day seminars so compelling. >> why. let me first by saying what it is, teaching and principles of the course based upon did you buy the love lies. it's the dysfunctional belief that we as females have been operating from starting about the age of 3, believe it or not, we actually look back at that time line in the course, but one of the things that sets it apart, so often when we hear of relationship courses, we think, i'm single and looking and i need to be there. i'm married and don't need to
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be there. regardless of your status, single, married, divorced, widowed, dating, engaged, it doesn't matter. you have to get detoxed from the love lies. >> i love it. that's when the hard work begins. detoxing yourself. >> that's right. we have to do refining and cleaning out and truth telling. but it's really good work that prepares us to attract and sustain healthy love. >> i will mention, too, bassinets to because i want to get it out there it's benefiting local charities who help women who have found themselves in abusive relationships. thank you very much. because that money stays here locally. >> and we're bringing items, too, to donate to the shelters. >> beautiful. we tease that men also need to do work, too. let me get it out before tony
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says, what about the men? he'll do that. what kind of -- let me ask you this way, what kind of man should we be looking for? i know each case is different. but what should we be looking for? what kind of work does that man need to do to be ready to be in a healthy relationship himself? >> well, the interesting thing is that there are two separate sets of love lies that i have discovered. there are 25 specific to women, and 25 specific to men. and they are not the same and they're actually divergent. we have a session for men called mentality. and we look at what are the male love lies? starting about the same age there's a set of dysfunctional fallacies that the males absorb that when they come into a relationship they're operating from, and behaving from that. we know the results of the love lies coming together, disappointment, frustration, irritation, divorce. so it's time for a new paradigm. >> speaking of that, with this
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economic downturn, we find more men are underemployed or not employed and women are taking on the role of bread winner. if you have a woman considered a professional, and then you have a man she might be interested in or married to, that that changed. do you need reconditioning with that to go along with the times? >> i have never thought -- i have never claimed that is that big of an issue. when you come into a partnership, that's what it is. so there isn't my money and his money. it's our dollars that we are making decisions about. if in a certain time the man is generating less financial income, there are other ways inside that relationship they can keep things balanced so it doesn't become a sticking point or point of conflict. i've never been one that if the woman is making more there are going to be conflicts. >> doesn't have to be? >> not at all. you're in partnership. you adjust and you keep
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flowing. often it's only a temporary situation anyway. >> you are a national best selling author, speaker, love coach. the reason you're in d.c. today, you have a couple of appearances tonight. i want to say there's a discussion, book signing on georgia avenue, the information is on your screen of course. and then the love academy, which is tomorrow. pretty much all day. 8:30to 3:30 p.m. all the information is on our web site, all the joy you can stand, and this is my favorite, sacred pampering principles, this was my bible before i knew i would meet you one day. lovely to see you again. >> thank you. >> tony, over to you. >> thank you very much. it might be breakfast time, but this morning sauerkraut takes center stage. that's right. it's part of a campaign to help make it a culinary favorite and
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highlight its health benefits. sarah simmons joins us live from northwest with spike mendleson. what's this all about? >> reporter: this is huge. i heard the disappointment in your voice that we're talking about sauerkraut. i'm going to turn that tone around. it's pretty good stuff. i think you're going to like what we have here today. with me, top chef alum, spike mendleson. >> thank you. >> reporter: he's here to talk about kraut rocks. that is a culinary college i guess in that local chefs have gotten together and trying to take sauerkraut off the back burner. >> got to be a front-runner. it's why we launched this campaign, kraut rocks. kraut has been around for years and has gotten a bad rap, because the idea of fermentation. what we're here to do is take the fear out of fermenting.
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people drink beer every day and eat pizza, they're fermented. >> reporter: i think they're worried about the breath. you can get a breath mint. making a pizza with sauerkraut. >> the idea was to get local chefs to be creative and show how kraut can be diverse. each came up with a bunch of great recipes at their restaurants, featuring for the month of september. we're encouraging everybody to visit the restaurants and taste the food and rock the vote. >> reporter: yeah. yours, this is we the pizza? >> it's something i've been working on. when i think about kraut, i remember when i was in france training and i used to have sausage and kraut and potatoes. >> reporter: what we've got on the pizza today? >> exactly. mozzarella cheese here. little bit of potato, and the rock star here -- >> reporter: just slather it on, chef. i like a lot of it. i eat it out of the jar, because i think it's that good.
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how do you change people out there, though, that think i don't like sauerkraut, do you think this could help introduce it to people? >> absolutely. i think this can help. people look at sauerkraut putting it on a hot dog. you can use it in so many different ways. the great thing, it's a super food. super healthy. >> reporter: cabbage. >> right. and pickled cabbage. makes it better. get out there, be risky. this day and age i feel like we're a society of a lot of food bloggers and foodies, and into food. why not turn them on to kraut? mustard dabbles here. look good to you? >> reporter: looks amazing. tell me a little bit about who are some of the chefs that you've kind of, i guess, recruited in this kraut challenge and the other places working with you. >> home grown chef, teddy, and
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eric over there. and here at red line. bunch of chefs. you can go on the web site, check out where the restaurants are, recipes they'll be featuring. get to the restaurants, eat this delicious dish they've come up with. i've tasted them all. then rock the vote and rock the kraut. >> reporter: what is, really, i guess, you said we need to center around sauerkraut itself, did someone come up with it out of the blue? why this? >> wanted to do something the first time in their history, get the word out about sauerkraut. it's one of the greatest challenges as a chef, because it is so challenging to turn people onto it. >> reporter: this may not be sanitary -- >> you have to taste in between
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here. >> reporter: yummy. great. spike, thank you so much. coming up, we're going to meet some of the other chefs involved in this challenge, see what dishes they have to offer us. and we'll taste this pizza as well. see,, sauerkraut isn't all that bad. back to you. >> i have to say, that looks good. >> i don't have it in my refrigerator, a big tub like you do all the time. but it's still good. sorry to put you out there like that. the impact on a voter i.d. law could have in virginia. with the race this tight, could turning people away help or hurt mitt romney or the president? "washington post" columnist bob mccartney joins us with a closer look. >> protestors hit the streets as anti-american violence rages in parts of the middle east world. it's 8:55. 66degrees on a friday morning. we roll on on fox 5 morning news.   
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right now, protestors, riot police and protestors clashing in cairo, as protests continue over an anti-muslim film. egypt's president calls for calm. our sherri ly is live with the latest. >> voter i.d. controversy. a new law in virginia limits acceptable forms of identification and while it may help voter fraud, there are concerns it may suppress votes. the "washington post" bob mccartney is here to explain. >> don't listen, tony, but it is possible to have too much football? some men may say no. for some, it may get in the way of items on a to do


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